In work again today and I have just heard that support may be required until 6:30.
would be common courtesy to give you a bit of notice, what would happen if you couldn't attend?
My technicians would have been required to turn up.
I didn't want to ask them to do something I was unwilling to do myself so I did the work.
Sounds confusing I know but it makes sense to me [somehow!]
Last edited by DaveP; 15th April 2012 at 12:59 PM. Reason: Add detail for clarification.
Dave, what I do is get my techs to go around last thing, check PC, IWB and sound in each class. We got them a standalone mono inkjet which is installed on an old laptop, which we set up in our staff room. I reset their profile and password and after that we only go in first thing to sort out screen cloning and leave approx 20 mins each day. Suppose were are lucky as myself and my full time tech live within a 3 to 4 min walk from the school.
As it turned out there were a few problems. Yesterday we had a power cut 10 minutes before the morning sessions started. Not a major problem normally but the RCD switch for the server room tripped out when the power came back. The UPS kept the servers up but the switches in the server room had no power.
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